Epiq launches new bankruptcy analytics platform



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NEW YORK, March 02, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Epiq, a global leader in technology services for the legal industry, today announced from its Bankruptcy Division the launch of the Epiq Bankruptcy Analysis web technology solution. This service provides legal and bankruptcy professionals with access to filing information, updated daily in 93 U.S. bankruptcy courts since 2007, giving users powerful, data-backed information about the bankruptcy market. .

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Correlated with third-party data, Epiq Bankruptcy Analytics presents the industry’s most comprehensive dataset in a single, integrated platform via cloud-based dashboards that display:

  • Information on new and historical bankruptcy filings with adversarial proceedings measures for all file bankruptcy chapters.
  • Disposition measures for discharge, termination, and termination dates in states, courts, and chapters for selectable time periods.
  • Case results for number of closed cases, duration and rates.

Visibility into this rich set of bankruptcy data provides attorneys, creditors, investors and other bankruptcy industry professionals with a competitive advantage and enables them to make better decisions to grow their business. Users can monitor the daily count of bankruptcy cases by state, court, time, or geographic area to determine if filing metrics are increasing or decreasing. Users can scale their business and budgets more effectively by leveraging historical data to identify data trends for predictive analysis by analyzing case disposition and duration metrics.

“We’ve been providing the bankruptcy market with monthly statistics for over 15 years,” said Chris Kruse, senior vice president of Epiq Bankruptcy. “As the country emerges from the global pandemic, there is a lot of interest in bankruptcy filing rates. By upgrading to a daily update, users will be able to spot trends sooner. We’ve now added a business intelligence capability that unlocks the true value of this data by putting it in the hands of our customers whenever they need it so they can monitor the metrics that matter most to them.

“Responsive, data-driven analytics dashboards are just the start,” said Todd Madsen, senior vice president of product at Epiq Bankruptcy. “The flexibility of the Epiq Bankruptcy Platform’s deep dataset allows us to make continuous improvements to this solution that will continue to increase value for clients over time.”

Learn more Where create an account to learn how Epiq Bankruptcy Analytics can help you uncover insights, spot trends, and stay ahead of the game.

About the Epiq bankruptcy
Epiq Bankruptcy is the largest provider of bankruptcy court data, technology and services in the United States, and a trusted partner for lenders, managers, trustees, attorneys, investors and other stakeholders operating in the field of bankruptcy. Epiq Bankruptcy solutions include comprehensive corporate restructuring, trustee case management, and access to the most dynamic bankruptcy data and analytics in the industry. Learn more about https://bankruptcy.epiqglobal.com/.

About Epiq
Epiq, a global leader in technology services for the legal services industry and enterprises, takes on large-scale and increasingly complex tasks for corporate counsel, law firms and business professionals with efficiency. , clarity and confidence. Clients rely on Epiq to streamline administration of business operations, class action and mass torts, court reporting, eDiscovery, regulatory, compliance, restructuring, and bankruptcy matters. Epiq’s subject matter experts and technologies create efficiencies through their expertise and instill confidence in top-performing customers around the world. Learn more about https://www.epiqglobal.com.

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